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Published: 20 Oct 2012

First the CliffNotes: Buy the E-Discovery No. 1 Toolkit, not E-Discovery and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: A Pocket Guide. Written by Bradley Schaufenbuel, senior manager in IT Risk and Security at Zurich Financial Services in Schaumburg, IL, E-Discovery and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: A Pocket Guide claims to be "a concise expert guide" to the updated Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP) that now includes all electronically created documents. The book gives storage managers a very general understanding of how to find and hold documents that may be relevant to a lawsuit, and coaches them on how to create enforceable storage policies before there's even a hint of possible litigation. E-Discovery and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure: A Pocket Guide By Bradley Schaufenbuel $29.95 (soft cover or download) IT Governance Publishing ISBN: 9781905356331 The book's major problem is its conciseness. For example "Organizational impacts of the amendments to the FRCP," "Technological impacts" and "Consequences of not addressing the E-Discovery ... Access >>>

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